Restaurant on East End of Long Island Sued For Overtime

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Restaurant on East End of Long Island Sued For Overtime

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A cook at The Frisky Oyster restaurant in Greenport, Long Island, has sued the restaurant for unpaid overtime wages. Michael Power, a cook who worked at the restaurant for almost 10 years alleges that The Frisky Oyster did not pay him overtime for hours worked over forty in a week. According to the lawsuit, Power sometimes logged in 56 hours of work in a week as a cook, but was either paid by the shift or on a salary. Attorneys for the worker allege that the restaurant’s pay practices violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and the New York Labor Law. The lawsuit seeks back pay, liquidated damages and attorneys’ fees.

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